In the last trading session, the stock price of Rejuvel Bio-Sciences Inc (OTCMKTS:NUUU) gained 100% to close the day at $0.00020. The gains came at a share volume of 25 million compared to average share volume of 27.74 million.

The buzz

Rejuvel released its official PR last in August wherein it stated that its subsidiary unit, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc., has obtained its first order from Digicom, a retailer of cosmetics and consumer goods. This order represents company’s growing and continuing presence in the cosmetics and personal goods markets in Eastern Europe.

Rejuvel is the only firm in the world to exclusively apply patented NASA technology to manufacture topical hair care and cosmetics products. Charles Scimeca, the President, said that they look forward to advancing this association with Digicom, and to continue to sell and register their products in different nations around the world. They find Rejuvel as an international brand that can assist people everywhere get better looking skin by utilizing their products. In other advancements, they are working towards submitting of the proper SEC documents to re-claim fully reporting status.

Rejuvel lately met with a Global Trade Professional at the U.S. Commercial Service, and also met the Regional Director of the Eastern area of the Export-Import Bank in the U.S. The U.S. Commercial Service, helps and directs medium and small sized American firms through the product export procedure into most nations across the world.

Rejuvel is anticipating to get sales leads though the organization’s listing website and is also looking ways of offering credit to its overseas clients, via The Export-Import Bank of the U.S., which it believes can direct to more sales revenue and larger orders. Rejuvel advances one of the most innovative anti-aging face creams. The major ingredient in its product REJUVEL 3D is obtained from the stem cells of a green tea crop, Camellia Sinensis. These are expanded in a unique bioreactor advanced by NASA engineers which copies the microgravity conditions of external space.